Massive Recycled Plastic Bottle Fish Sculptures

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Imagine running down the beach and finding a giant fish staring at you. And it glows in the dark too. Awesome right? On the beautiful Botafogo beach of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, a massive outdoor installation of fish was created using thrown out plastic  bottles. As part of the Rio + 20 UN Conference on Sustainable Development, the giant sculptures even illuminate from the inside at night creating a gorgeous yet peculiar light experience for beach goers.

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